Kanye West made his return to BBC 1 to chop it up with Zane Lowe, and it’s safe to say that things have changed for the better since their memorable rendezvous 18 month ago.
BBC 1’s Zane Lowe managed to speak with renowned, yet reclusive, Def Jam founder, producer, among other things, Rick Rubin, for a hour long interview. Topics included, but weren’t limited to his work with Russell Simmons, working with the likes of The Beastie Boys, Kanye West, and Eminem, and more.
Eminem has his sights set on the UK this summer, as he recently gave BBC radio host Zane Lowe some privileged information. As per his announcement, the superstar MC will be performing at the world renowned Wembley Stadium in London on July 11.
BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe continued his string of thoughtful interviews with top MCs into the new year with Rick Ross, but that was only a warm up. Today, the media personality unveiled a candid discussion with the legendary Nas.
Quiet as kept, Pusha T dropped one of the better albums of the year with My Name Is My Name. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper is currently in the UK for a promo run and sat down with an interview with the BBC’s Zane Lowe.
Parts three and four a BBC 1’s host Zane Lowe’s discussion with Eminem are here. With that, we receive more candid words from the MC’s recollection of making The Marshall Mathers LP 2.
UPDATE: Part two of Eminem’s candid interview with Zane Lowe can be found on the second page. Today, we receive part one of BBC 1 host Zane Lowe‘s discussion with Eminem. As the trifecta in a streak of interviews that includes popular conversations with Jay Z and Kanye West, Lowe sticks to the script by […]
When Kanye West sits down for an interview, a stir in the media, Internets, and the like is sure to follow almost every time. Last night was no different, as the rapper sat with late night talk show host, Jimmy Kimmel, to discuss the skit spoofing his discussion with Zane Lowe.
It looks like Kanye West finally got wind that Jimmy Kimmel spoofed his candid sit down with Zane Lowe. And according to the rapper’s latest Twitter rant, he isn’t happy.
The fourth and final installment of Kanye West and BBC 1 personality Zane Lowe‘s intimate discussion is here. This time around, the G.O.O.D. Music founder discusses no longer having the desire to create music alone, why he’s a “New Slave,” Kendrick Lamar, Paparazzi and more.
Kanye West took an hour to get things off his chest during an intimate interview with BBC 1’s Zane Lowe. Broken down into a quartet of installments, part three shows G.O.O.D. Music’s general speaking more on his music and his frustrations with the fashion industry.
Many have shared their opinions on Kanye West’s candid interview with BBC 1’s Zane Lowe. However, none we’ve seen have been funnier that a spoof aired by Jimmy Kimmel last night.
Part two of Zane Lowe’s intimate discussion with Kanye West has released, and it’s as entertaining as the first. Continuing from what we saw last, the rapper says Hip-Hop is the new Rock & Roll, and that he easily sits atop of the proverbial mountain of stars.
Many fans have been anticipating Zane Lowe‘s interview with Kanye West on BBC Radio 1 since the trailer dropped last week. Well, the wait is over, so to speak, as part one has released.
This is the Kanye West most people wanted to see, or were at least expecting, on Kris Jenner’s talk show. While over in the UK, Yeezy sat down for an interview with BBC Radio 1’s Zane Low, and from this short clip it is sure to be filled with audacious quotables.
As promised, BBC delivers the second installment of Zane Lowe’s candid discussion with Jay-Z. This time, the Brooklyn legend reveals why he couldn’t allow “Holy Grail” to end up on Watch The Throne, despite Kanye West’s protests, and more.